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Mother's Mashup

EarthCry on December 20, 2011 16:34

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    Happy Holidays to you all, here is a gift of the musical kind. This is a mash up of some songs that have really moved me. Also it is kind of a sound science experiment, its amazing and uncanny how some of these songs go together.

    The first combination is my favorite song by Lusine "Twilight" mixed with Kollektiv Turmstrasse's "Schwindelig". Then we move onto the beautiful music of Akara with the song "Gelfling" mixed with Welder's "A Greener Land". There was hardly any editing done to combine these songs, its almost as if they were ment to be combined!

    Next we have Stimming's house masterpiece, "The Kiss" mixed with the intro to Auditory Canvas's "Mystery Trip". Eventually "The Kiss" takes over and we move onto one of my favorite producers Kettel, with the song "Shinusob" coming up under the Stimming's track.

    Prefuse 73 has an album in which he remixes a bunch of songs by the organic electronica group "The Books". Here is "Pagina Cinco" mixed with Eskmo's "Hypercolor" as it appears on the "Ancestor Mix". Soon after the songs converge, we have the timing of "Hypercolor" take over for an intersting effect. And to bring it all home we have Slacker's "Start a New Life" mixed with Eskmo's continuing "Hypercolor".

    I urge you all to check out these artists. They make incredible music. And if you enjoy their tracks, let them know and buy their music.

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